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Geoffrey Raisman

been shown that both the presence of an ovulatory inducing mechanism and the development of sex-specific behaviour patterns in the rat brain are not determined by the genetic sex of the rat (XX or XY) but by the production of circulating sex steroids by

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Alberto Loizzo, Santi M Spampinato, Gabriele Campana, Stefano Vella, Andrea Fortuna, Loredana Costa, Anna Capasso, Palmiero Monteleone, Paolo Renzi, and Stefano Loizzo

during the first 3 weeks of postnatal life in rodents, both HPA feedback control mechanisms and brain receptors for opioids and corticosteroids reach their critical development. Stressful insults applied to developing mice during this period produce long

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Subhshri Sahu, David Tosh, and Anandwardhan A Hardikar

Chemistry 277 12369 – 12374 . Kalinichenko VV Gusarova GA Shin B Costa RH 2003 The forkhead box F1 transcription factor is expressed in brain and head mesenchyme during mouse embryonic development . Gene Expression Patterns 3 153 – 158

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Marian Joëls and E Ronald de Kloet

, evidence was mounting that there had to be an MR-like receptor co-existing with the classical glucocorticoid receptors (GRs) in the brain. This was discovered in seminal binding studies using 3 H-corticosterone in the absence or presence of the unlabeled

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Joke Delbaere, Pieter Vancamp, Stijn L J Van Herck, Nele M A Bourgeois, Mary J Green, Richard J T Wingate, and Veerle M Darras

brain development ( Wirth et al . 2014 ). Here, we used the chicken cerebellum as a model to investigate the effects of early MCT8 deficiency on PC differentiation in more detail and find out how this affects cerebellar development. PC dendritic

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J Svensson, M Diez, J Engel, C Wass, Å Tivesten, J-O Jansson, O Isaksson, T Archer, T Hökfelt, and C Ohlsson

important for the development of the brain, and to definitely confirm that there was no interference with brain development, the LI-IGF-I −/− mice aged 18 months at the water maze trials were inactivated at 10 weeks of age. Seven days after the

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Vishwajit Sur Chowdhury, Takayoshi Ubuka, Tomohiro Osugi, Taichi Shimura, and Kazuyoshi Tsutsui

inhibits gonadal development and maintenance by decreasing gonadotropin synthesis and release in quail brain . Endocrinology 147 1187 – 1194 doi:10.1210/en.2005-1178 . Ubuka T Kim S Huang YC Reid J Jiang J Osugi T Chowdhury VS Tsutsui K

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N David Åberg, Inger Johansson, Maria A I Åberg, Johan Lind, Ulf E Johansson, Christiana M Cooper-Kuhn, H Georg Kuhn, and Jörgen Isgaard

reduced GH signaling ( Turnley et al . 2002 , Ransome et al . 2004 ), it appears that during postnatal development GH plays a role for a relative suppression in the formation on new neurons with a subsequent decrease in the neuron: glia index

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Kyriaki S Alatzoglou, Daniel Kelberman, and Mehul T Dattani

developing CNS, including the brain and spinal cord. Its expression is first detected at the earliest stages of development, prior to the appearance of the primitive streak, at 6.5 dpc throughout the epiblast and in a band of extraembryonic ectoderm at the

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S Schmidt, A Hommel, V Gawlik, R Augustin, N Junicke, S Florian, M Richter, D J Walther, D Montag, H-G Joost, and A Schürmann

-specific glucose transporter (GLUT3) to neuropil in adult rat brain . Brain Research 659 292 – 297 . Membrez M Hummler E Beermann F Haefliger JA Savioz R Pedrazzini T Thorens B 2006 GLUT8 is dispensable for embryonic development but